DomainAdvertising.com Launches New Platform At TRAFFIC Vancouver!

DomainAdvertising.com has released a brand-new platform. I had a chance to sit-down with Dan Warner, the CEO of Domain Advertising to better understand the new solution.

Dan is a very passionate and inspired guy – if you don’t know much about him make sure to read the great article Ron Jackson did about him on DNJournal – Dan Warner’s Wild Ride: He’s Been Up and Down and Over and Out But Know One Thing – He’s Still in the Race (and He Plans to Win)


After spending about twenty minutes last night talking with Dan about the new platform I was so amazed that I thought – I have to share this with my blog readers!

I’m a big fan of doing things differently, taking a risk and trying something new. Dan is taking a major shift-away from the traditional text-laden parking page and has decided to instead focus on images.

Now you tell me – does that look anything like a parking page?

I think this is a BIG idea – let’s face it – people are visual and clicking on an image really makes a lot of sense to me. DomainAdvertising.com has created a HUGE catalog of images that are each tagged to a specific category.

All you have to do is give them your domains and all the setup and optimizations are done for you.

I just signed-up for an account today and I will be submitting about twenty names to start and test. Of course as always I’ll share the results with all of you. I have a good feeling about this – it’s a completely different approach to parking – and let’s face it – it’s those that dare to be different that stand to see the greatest success.

You can sign-up right now at DomainAdvertising.com

This is NOT a sponsored post – I actually think this is so darn cool I just couldn’t keep it to myself πŸ™‚

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  • Ross June 8, 2010, 2:45 pm

    Its just a matter of time if this thing catches on and they will be left in the dust of companies like Sedo, Parked, or even NameDrive. Do they have a premium feeds? If so they might have a chance.

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  • Tim Davids June 8, 2010, 3:20 pm

    LOL that’s laughable…when was the last time SEDO upgraded their parking page design?

    This image thing sounds great to me, I’ll be checking it out.

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  • Jim Holleran June 8, 2010, 6:04 pm

    I have an account with them and have tested some names. I actually did better at Parked.com and Smartname.com but to be fair it’s too early to tell. Everything needs to be time tested and like to hear more feedback from others who use there system as time goes on.

    Thanks, Jim

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  • fizz June 8, 2010, 11:56 pm

    Those two examples look fantastic – sure makes standard parking pages look dull by comparison. Will be very interesting to see the comparative earnings results.

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  • Ross June 9, 2010, 7:20 am

    @Tim There is no reason for them to upgrade. I am positive if they were losing money on not having their parking pages like that they would offer it.

    @Jim I would be more worried about the quality of the feeds they are able to get compared to the big companies out there. You can have a shitty page with a good feed and still make quite a bit of money but if you have a nice page with a shitty feed you WILL make NO money.

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  • Ben June 9, 2010, 1:32 pm

    @Ross – this is who they are http://www.domainadvertising.com/aboutus – that should answer your question to this “Do they have a premium feeds?”

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  • Dan Warner June 10, 2010, 3:55 pm

    Hi Guys,

    I’m the CEO of Domain Advertising. To answer the questions about the feed it is Yahoo, and as a Directi company we have the best revenue share they offer to anyone. We are effectively a skunk works innovation company where all of the maintenance is handled by Directi.

    We have all the advantages – with no disadvantages. All of my staff are in India, and we have around 10,000 innovation development hours applied each month. Literally an army of people.

    I ran Fabulous.com before this. Expect the same quality at a much more accelerated rate of progress.

    Cheers,

    Dan Warner
    CEO
    DomainAdvertising.com

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  • Tim June 13, 2010, 1:53 pm

    Thanks for chiming in Dan.

    I have been wondering where the heck you guys have been the last year or so. πŸ™‚

    Nice info.

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